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July 13, 2009 | Vol 4 Issue 12

 

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IBM® System i® Data Access Made Easy

• Complete management access to critical data

• Easy to use by IT and end users

• Automated data access and display

• Comprehensive BI package: reports, tables, key performance indicators, and dashboards

• System i-centric for real-time data analysis

• Multiple interface options: graphical, green-screen, browser

• Expert support and training

Meet your System i data access and analysis needs. Click here for a FREE Information Kit!


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Feature Article - Internet
 
Will Your System Need an Upgrade Before Implementing VOIP?

Network bandwidth and usage are only two of many issues to consider before implementing an IP telephony solution.

chris_smithBy Chris Smith

While it's true that toll-call charges, both nationally and internationally, have come down in the past few years, most new phone systems being installed today are not traditional TDM-based, circuit-switched PBX systems, but instead IP voice and data networks.


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Feature Article - Programming
 
Discover the Enormous Potential of Business Mashups

Mashups offer enormous potential for new business functionality by consolidating disparate information into a single interface and streamlining the manner in which enterprise data and applications are used.

david_braultWritten by David Brault

Editor's Note: This article contains excerpts from "Bringing Mashups to Your Enterprise Business Applications," a free white paper that you can download from the MC White Paper Center.

 

Since its roots in the music scene, where songs from different artists got blended into new versions, the term "mashup" has now morphed into an exciting new way to build Web applications.  Mashup technology has garnered a lot of excitement over the last five years because mashups provide a better end-user experience, allow us to look at existing information in a new light, and are easy to create. In fact, some analysts view mashups as a way to offload a portion of a company's development and design work to their users since mashups are so easy to put together that they can be created without possessing any application development skills.


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